Telecommunications

Telecommunications

Telecommunications

M+H Power New Zealand is a major engineering solutions provider of back up battery solutions for the Telecommunication, Industrial and Infrastructure sectors and a wide range of other industry applications such as marine, rail, medical, mining and agriculture to name a few. We have solutions for small and large projects in UPS offerings.

We operate in four major segments, namely:

  • Stand By Power (UPS)
  • Data Centres back ups
  • Telephone Exchange back up
  • Roadside Exchange back ups

What is UPS?

It is an uninterruptable power supply (UPS) protects IT equipment and other electrical loads from problems that can impact electrical supply.

It performs three primary functions:

  • Prevents hardware damage – caused by surge and spikes
  • Prevents data loss and corruption.
  • Provides continuous availability for networks and other applications while preventing downtime.

Common power problems M+H Power solve for businesses include:

  • Electrical Noise
  • Frequency Variation
  • Power Failures
  • Power Sag
  • Power Surges
  • Undervoltage challenges
  • Overvoltage challenges
  • Harmonic distortions
  • Switching transitional issues

Size of business we service with UPS Solutions

  • Small business such as PC, workstation and home Audio visual UPS
  • Medium to large enterprises such as Marine and Industrial UPS
  • Multi-scale projects / tenancy such as Network and Servers UPS
  • Hyperscale such as Data Centres and Facility UPS

Have a question? Getting in touch is easy.

Contact Sales 09 869 2339
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